Mariners’ MLB playoff run boosted Seattle morale, local business

The Mariners playoffs brought thousands of people to downtown Seattle, providing some much-needed boost to local businesses.

SEATTLE – More than 47,000 fans gathered at T-Mobile Park on Saturday for the organization’s first home playoff game in 21 years.

Not only were fans in the stands, they also flocked to nearby SODO businesses.

Justin Brachel, bar manager at Pioneer Tacos and Tequila, said: “Seattle has waited 21 years for this big day of all sports in Seattle.

Fans at the Hatback Bar and Grill sat on the needle and the needle for many hours Saturday afternoon, hoping the Mariners would get another shot to take on the Astros. While it wasn’t the outcome anyone wanted, the playoff brought a lot of people downtown for watch parties, including the official Mariners inside the Park. T-Mobile in the Wild Card Match Series.

Mandrell Hall, who is working with Seattle Sausage, said: “Every beautiful soul is coming in and giving back to entrepreneurs and helping the community.

Seattle Sausage, home to the Seattle dog, has been feeding fans outside the stadium for 30 years, and is gearing up for a stay-at-home streak.

“I’m going to buy these dogs right away so we’ll be ready to serve everyone coming out,” Hall said.

Whatever the outcome, Hall said, it’s good for the business.

“It’s helping us, these businesses here, The Cloud, everything around here is booming,” Hall said.

Pioneer Tacos and Tequila are located just outside the ballpark and are where Mariners fans are family.

The facility said the team not only boosted business but also lifted morale after the area was hit hard during the pandemic.

“It’s been great for everyone here, especially with a difficult few years for all of us. It’s nice to see life coming back to the SODO area,” said Brachel.

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Edmund DeMarche

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